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Managing uploaded files
February 11, 2013
Protect the performance of your implementation of Activities by designating a size limit for the files that can be uploaded to the site and adding to or moving the content store associated with Activities.
Setting limits on uploaded files
Edit configuration property settings to limit the types of files that can be uploaded into Activities, the maximum size of an uploaded file, and the number of server threads concurrently dedicated to downloading files from Activities to clients.
Defining multiple content stores for Activities
You can configure Activities to use a different content store instead of the one defined at installation time. You might want to add a content store if the current disk space reaches capacity or you augment your infrastructure and there is a new drive with more disk space available, for example. If you have a version 3.0.1 or earlier implementation of Activities, you can add a content store to take advantage of the enhanced content store implementation that was introduced in version 4.
Moving the content store
You can change the location of the content store used by the Activities application from the location defined at installation time. You might want to change the location of the content store if you augment your infrastructure and there is a new drive with more disk space available, for example.
Backing up Activities data
Activities stores data in both a database and the file system. You should backup both sets of data on a regular basis.
Restoring Activities data
You can restore Activities data to a previously backed up version.
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